ANVISAviator's Night Vision Imaging System
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The ANVIS HUD is used for both day and night missions on US Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, and Coast Guard rotary platforms.
Based in Steinau an der Strasse, Germany, Anvis operates in nine countries with a staff of 2,000.
The company she runs with husband Darren - Anvis Ltd - has been around for 17 years but her involvement began six years ago after having twins.
They are the pile fastener pieces that secure the ANVIS battery pack and weight bag, the lip light battery pack, the dual visor assembly for IFR flight training, and pile fastener to secure the blown air port on the helmet.
Also known as the Aviator's Night Vision Imaging System (ANVIS), the device will aid pilots in low-level and nap-of-the-earth missions.
Varian, teamed with Varo as subcontractor, has now been awarded a three-year contract by the US Army to produce ANVIS aviators' night vision goggles, using Gen 3 intensifier tubes.
The only authorized adhesive-backed items that can be placed on your helmet are pile fastener pieces that secure the ANVIS and lip light components.
The AN/AVS-6 Aviator's Night Vision Imaging System (ANVIS), for instance, has experienced a whole series of improvements since its return from the Gulf.
Do not ship the ANVIS to unauthorized maintenance facilities claiming to perform RESET, or to people who are not properly trained to perform maintenance.
Lessons learned in the Gulf War are beginning to bear fruit, as the Army recently awarded a $10.5 million contract for the production of a head-up display (HUD) to be used with the service's AN/AVS-6 Aviator's Night Vision Imaging System (ANVIS).